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Friday, January 2, 2009

Thank you, Thank you very much!

Good Friday morning Peeps!!!

You know, I am still playing with Elvis!!! He is the King after all and he calls to me in such a sweet tone, I just can't resist!!!

Today's card was made for the limited supply challenge on splitcoast, Favorite things.
You know my favorite stamps right now are the fabulous CHF Elvis stamps!!! I also used the sketch challenge from this week on splitcoast for my layout.

I started with my card base of riding hood red and followed that with a piece of pink pirouette. Then a piece of DS paper from the Washington Apple series of SU paper's. I used the cuttlebug and embossing folder, another favorite tool, and added some brads from the silver hodgepoge set and a little mini paper clip. I tied a piece of riding hood red taffeta ribbon around the clip, another favorite embellishment, ribbon!

This thank you card is heading out to a friend who sent me a beautiful poinsettia for Christmas. Hope she loves Elvis as much as I do!

That's all for today, thanks so much for stopping by and Happy Stamping!!!


Jackie said...

Gorgeous card Vicki and love the colors you used! You're really rockin' these Elvis stamps!!!

*Sally* said...

Very cool! I am sure she will love it!

Lois said...

Well you are on an Elvis roll. LOL Great job on the cards, I love them. Can't wait for you to see the new stamps I got. ELVIS is in the house. LOL

Jaspere said...

Great job on the challenge. You are still rockin' it.

linnes said...

Real nice card Vicki!

Sara said...

Great card, love the color combo

Elizabeth said...

That's cool! I've never seen one like that.

Dragana Skoro said...

Wonderful job. Thank you, thank you very much for sharing.

Tammy said...

You know, I must say, I am so not an Elvis fan (I like some of his stuff) but I think these cards are SO adorable.

I have always said that I think everyone needs to see Graceland before they die. My brother lives in Nashville and we drove to Memphis one weekend when I was sitting. It was so completely tacky but it was interesting.

I wish that all of the stuff built around Graceland would not have been there though. It kind of took away from the whole think.